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When you are talking about something that actually happens, you can use as: Rob got quite drunk at the party, as he usually does. You are talking about hypothetical situation, so you cannot use as. as if is the correct form for hypothetical situation. Rob acted as if he owned the place. As if must be followed by a complete clause, including a verb: ...


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